Behind The Music | A Sentimental Journey

Behind The Music Blog - A Sentimental Journey

New to Capitol Studio Masters, ‘A Sentimental Journey’ is a collection of archival style songs inspired by famous jazz, pop & soul standards from the ‘30s to the ‘60s. This all-female fronted assortment of sultry torch-songs, emotional ballads and syrupy-sweet pop songs will take you back in time to iconic moments in music that forever stand still.

Recorded with vintage recording techniques & equipment the main tracks are mixed in mono with vintage effects that capture the classic Capitol Studios sound. Full high-fidelity, stereo mixes are available as alternate mixes.

Check out our behind the scenes footage, interviews with the creators, and learn more about the amazing, talented vocalists who make ‘A Sentimental Journey‘ one not to be missed!


Artist Apollo Jane

Apollo Jane

Hear her on: ‘Don’t Tell Me’ & ‘Tomorrow

For over a decade, PA native Apollo Jane has been taking the music industry by storm. At 18 years old she embarked on her first US tour as a vocalist with John Legend. Since then, she’s had the opportunity to tour with top recording artists Mary J Blige, Demi Lovato, Eric Benet, Anita Baker, American Idol, Jazmine Sullivan, Usher & Lalah Hathaway. She also has impressive TV work under her belt, appearing in the house bands on “The Voice” for 10 seasons and for “To Tell The Truth” and “The Winner Is…” A featured singer on “Scandal”, she has also appeared in ensemble & choirs on “Blackish,” “The Mayor,” The Oscars, The Grammys, BET Awards, AMAs, and iHeart Radio Awards. She has recorded with such epic talents as:  Stevie Wonder, Katy Perry, 30 Seconds to Mars, Adam Lambert, and has sung on the films “Hidden Figures,” “Boss Baby,” and Jordan Peele’s “US”. While these life-changing opportunities have fueled her artistic fire, they have also kept her humbled and inspired to share what she has learned, and to help others reach their highest potential.

Allison Adams Tucker

Hear Her On: ‘Under the Moonlight

Born in San Diego, California, multi-lingual jazz vocalist Allison Adams Tucker began singing before she could speak. As a session artist, Allison’s voice can be heard on national commercials and on the soundtrack for the video game “The Saboteur” (EA Games) singing French jazz alongside tracks by heroes of the genre such as Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, and Madeleine Peyroux. Her interpretation of ‘La Vie En Rose’ became one of the top streamed/downloaded Jazz tracks on iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify worldwide. As an international artist, Allison has entertained audiences across the globe, including performances at the famed Blue Note in New York, Ronnie Scott’s in London, Herb Alpert’s Vibrato in Los Angeles, The Jazz Kitchen in Indianapolis, Le Baiser Salé in Paris, Music Inn in Rome, Body & Soul in Tokyo, and at festivals including San Jose Jazz, Idyllwild Jazz in the Pines Festival, Takatsuki Jazz Street Festival in Osaka, and Lucca Jazz Donna Festival in Tuscany, among others.

Lorraine Castellanos

Hear Her On: ‘Nightbird’ & ‘You’ll Be in My Heart

Lorraine Castellanos has an intense passion for music, evident in her perceptive phrasing and tone, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist. With a weighty voice and sensitive touch on the classical guitar, Castellanos is gaining a reputation as a dynamic musical presence in her hometown of San Diego, California.  Great female jazz song stylists, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington and Billie Holiday in particular, have inspired her to sing and interpret selections from the Great American Songbook.

Lorraine holds a Master of Music degree in classical guitar performance under the tutelage of Fred Benedetti. Married to renowned trumpeter and bandleader Gilbert Castellanos, Lorraine also enjoys coaching students as well as performing for outreach programs.

Rebecca Jade

Hear Her On: ‘Sweeter

Rebecca Jade is a versatile and timeless vocalist with more than 25-years’ experience as a recording studio artist, who has performed in some of the most acclaimed venues and with some of the most sought-after musicians in the world. Rebecca has opened for Grammy-nominated artist Musiq Soulchild and has performed a duet with El Debarge. For the past two years, Rebecca also has been on tour with percussionist and musical icon, Sheila E. Together with jazz guitarist, virtuoso Peter Sprague, she released an album of Cole Porter songs, which went on to earn a 2018 San Diego Music Award for “Best Jazz Album.” Rebecca has also become a favorite on Dave Koz’s annual Friends at Sea Cruise, singing with musical legend Larry Graham, and Grammy-nominated singer Kenny Lattimore. Rebecca is currently working on her first solo project featuring original songs, which she will co-produce with pianist, arranger and producer Carnell Harrell, who has worked with the likes of The Jacksons and Jennifer Lopez.

Olivia Kuper Harris

Hear Her On: ‘Nothin’ Will Stop Me Now

Olivia Kuper Harris is a singer and songwriter whose distinctive style is rooted in jazz, pop, and soul. Olivia wrote, produced, and released her debut EP ‘Lonestar Heart’ and debut album ‘Meraki’ before winning the Postmodern Jukebox Talent Search Competition in 2017. Olivia has since toured the world with them and surpassed millions of views on YouTube. Olivia sings with funk band Scary Pockets, performs with LA based theatre company For The Record Live, and fronts 9-piece big band Phat Cat Swinger on Disneyland’s main stage. Most recently, Olivia’s original music can be heard on the soundtrack of ‘Blackberry’ which premiered at the HollyShorts Film Festival at the Chinese Theatre in August 2019. Olivia’s voice can also be heard over the credits of ‘The Playroom’, where she stars opposite John Hawkes and Molly Parker. Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times says, “Ms. Harris is quite a singer. Over the closing credits she delivers the eeriest, loveliest version of ‘Up on the Roof’ you’re ever likely to hear.”

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